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  1. 1. How often do you birde a hole?

    • Every round.
      59
    • Every 2-3 rounds.
      37
    • Every 4-6 rounds.
      17
    • Every 7-10 rounds.
      8
    • Once in a blue moon.
      11
    • Haven't gotten my first birdie.
      8


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i make more eagles than i do birdies, lol. I can go a month with no birdies, then the next two weeks or so, i can birdie 6 or 7 holes. My blow up holes really screw me over.
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can't remember the last time i didn't have a birdie. i'm pretty long off the tee, so i get at least one or two a round on the par 5's. but then again, i can't remember the last round i didn't have at least one double bogey. :(
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Just about every 90-100 holes. It's dropping at a good pace as my putting inside 10' improves. It's to the point where all I need is 2-3 good approaches to get a birdie.

That, and not getting too excited. I missed a 5' birdie putt that came off of a 3-wood approach... because I was about to birdie off a 3-wood.
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Last year I was too lazy to keep up my statistics but previous years I had average of 1.2 birdies per round. Last year I made a new personal record by making 5 birdies on one round (all of then on back nine!), this season the best is 3 so far.

Then again, my best round this season was with no birdies, just pars and bogeys (+7).
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I would average 3 every two rounds. The occasional round with 3 birdies gets cancelled out by the occasional one with none. It would be an odd round to have none.
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The most birdies I've had in a round and 9-holes is 2. First one off of a 5 footer on a par 3 and the next one was an unexpected 20 footer that broke about 10 feet and was going down the slope.

Still haven't made the eagle putt yet. Wish I just holed one out from the fairway to be done with that business!
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I picked every round but like others have said it varies. My average is probably between one and two a round, some with more and some with none.

I'm pretty disappointed if I play a whole round with no birdies.
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The most birdies I've had in a round and 9-holes is 2. First one off of a 5 footer on a par 3 and the next one was an unexpected 20 footer that broke about 10 feet and was going down the slope.

how many years have you played?

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3.8 birdies per round
7.1 fairways (52%...need to improve)
10.4 GIR (55%)
50% sand saves
67% up and down
71.8 ave score
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I've only had 2 birdies this year. One was a bump and run into the hole from 40 feet, the other was a 35 foot putt that would have run off the green if the hole hadn't gotten in the way.

For me, a par feels like a birdie ;)
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I got a birdie about 2 weeks ago on a great shot on a par 3, just missed one earlier this week by inches on another par 3 but I realistically get maybe one a month.
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